Judith Barrow and Phil Carradice discuss the powerful influence of World War 2 on literary inspiration

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judithSunday April 30th
at 3pm
at the Horeb Chapel, Cawdor Hotel

Eventbrite - Judith Barrow and Phil Carradice discuss the powerful influence of World War 2 on literary inspiration  £5,90 The Influence of World War II on Literary Inspiration.

World War 2 has a powerful grip on many of our imaginations. Historical fiction authors Judith Barrow and Phil Carradice will discuss this phenomenon and their books.

aberJudith’s  fourth novel set at this time will be published later in 2017.
Yorkshire born Judith has lived in Pembrokeshire for forty years, is a creative writing tutor in all genres for Pembrokeshire County Council’s Lifelong Learning, and organizer of the Narbeth Book Fair.
Judith has written short stories, poems, plays, reviews and articles which have been published all over the UK. She’s published two children’s books and won a couple of poetry competitions.
Her Patterns trilogy, set in World War 2, is published by Honno and includes the titles Pattern of Shadows, Changing Patterns and Living in the Shadows.

Judith Barrow

phil
Image Credit: Lansiad Stori Sydyn 2014

Phil Carradice is a historian, novelist and poet who has published 29 books. He regularly broadcasts on Radio 4 and Radio Wales where he has his own programme. He works as a lecturer in Cardiff University Department for Continuing Education and takes creative writing classes for adults and children. A former Head Teacher, he now lives in the Vale of Glamorgan but originates from Pembroke Dock.

Phil Carradice 

https://www.accentpress.co.uk/phil-carradice

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Phil Caradice a Judith Barrow yn trafod dylanwad yr Ail Ryfel Byd ar lenydda

Dydd Sul, Ebrill 30 am 3 o’r gloch yn nghapel Horeb, y Cawdor

Mae yr Ail Ryfel Byd wedi gadael olion a chreithiau dwfn ar ein cymdeithas. Bydd Phil a Judith Barrow yn trafod y mater dan sylw a’u llyfrau am y maes. Mae Judith ar fin cyhoeddi ei phedwaredd nofel a leolir yn y cyfnod hwn. Daw o sir Benfro ac mae yn awdures nifer o lyfrau am farddoniaeth a llyfrau plant
Mae Phil yn awdur 30 o lyfrau am Gymru, yn ddarlledwr radio profiadaol bydd yn darllen o’i gyfrol diweddaraf i oedolion ifanc. Mae’n gyn-athro ac yn ddarlithydd ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd.
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8 thoughts on “Judith Barrow and Phil Carradice discuss the powerful influence of World War 2 on literary inspiration

    Judith Barrow said:
    January 15, 2017 at 11:43 am

    Reblogged this on Judith Barrow and commented:
    Many thanks to Christoph for this great post #SundayBlogShare

    Judith Barrow said:
    January 15, 2017 at 11:45 am

    Thank you, Christoph, looks brilliant.x

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    writerchristophfischer said:
    January 28, 2017 at 5:24 am

    Reblogged this on writerchristophfischer.

    Teagan Geneviene said:
    January 28, 2017 at 11:34 am

    Fascinating conversation, Judith. Mega hugs!

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    Chris said:
    February 15, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    This certainly looks like the place to be, Christoph – I’m feeling rather envious. Keep up the good work with supplying us with the information, I will get over there one of these old days 🙂

    bardessdmdenton said:
    February 16, 2017 at 9:16 pm

    Some excellent, powerful reads out there about WWII, including yours, Christoph! Thanks for sharing for these other authors.

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